Create PDFs from text and image files Acrobat XI


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Creating PDFs from text and image files

Acrobat can convert a number of file types directly to PDF without you having to open the originating application and do the conversion yourself. All you have to do is choose Create > PDF from File, and then choose the files. I have a folder full of images. I have a Word file and then a plaintext file. I actually have another image, but it's not showing up here, and here's why: it's because of its format. That image is a Photoshop PSD, and that's Photoshop's native format, and it's not a supported format for this procedure.

So I'm going to go with what I do have. I'm going to Shift+Click to select them all and let Acrobat convert them. So now it's given me PDFs for each of those formats. It's taken a TIFF and turned it to a PDF, so we can see what that looks like. And then I also have the JPEG, the PNG, and then I have my text excerpt that was from Word, and then I also have my text excerpt that was just plain text. Notice that ther...

Creating PDFs from text and image files
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Creating PDFs from text and image files provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Up and Running with Acrobat XI

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